View Full Version : A SmallEiffel Ported to AmigaDE/Elate
03-15-2002, 09:16 PM
SmallEiffel, contrary to its name, is a full fledged, Open Source, GPL licensed implementation of the Eiffel programming language. The compiler generates high quality, high performance C and Java bytecode. The package includes several reusable libraries (called clusters in the Eiffel vernacular), plenty of documentation, examples, and more.
Click here for more info. (http://www.kindsoftware.com/products/opensource/SmallEiffel/)
Odd? i must be mistaken, but i didnt think elate was running on PPC? on the page linked to in this news item they include PowerPC in the list of supported chips...
I first thought the same. But when I read the inroductory .pdf from ADK CD it says that PowerPC is supported.
It is supported natively/unhosted, PowerPC Linux support is coming.
03-17-2002, 09:41 PM
eiffel. I have been programming in that for one of my courses - I do hate it. The version of smallEiffel i used at uni had cronic bugs.
SmallEiffel... Wow, we Amiga users certain needed that :pint:
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